The Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute Blog published an article about the 2017 ChIPs Global Summit panel on robotics and artificial intelligence.
Celine Jimenez Crowson, a partner and chair of the IP practice in the Americas at Hogan Lovells, moderated the discussion with panelists Carol W. Carroll, deputy center director for NASA’s Ames Research Center, and Stephanie Burns, vice president and associate general counsel of Worldwide Operations at Amazon.com. The panel was called Technological Innovations Rapidly Developing in Robotics & Artificial Intelligence — Is The Legal And Policy Landscape Keeping Up?
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